By Craig Kwasniewski
Regarding the last second controversial no-call at the buzzer...
Here's the biggest question of them all: Does the anti-Lakers faction (the NBA is rigged!) out-weigh the anti-Spurs faction (they're a very boring group of thugs!)?
Anyway, as the Spurs even say, the game wasn’t lost by the no-call. Is anyone willing to criticize the horrible play-calling and execution for that last-second shot? Of course not, because the NBA is rigged! (I find this high-larious! A team that benefited from Robert Horry’s thuggery and some very bullshit rules the last two seasons is suddenly “screwed” by the refs.) Here’s a bigger question; why is the Spurs season falling into the hands of a guy who was released by the
Seattle Redneck Sonics two months ago? Where was Tony Parker, one of the alleged top-five point guards in the NBA? Where was Manu Ginobili, the NBA’s sixth man? Where was Big Shot Bob (who was standing in the background clapping for the ball from Barry, you can see him on the replay)?
The Spurs choked with 2.3 seconds on the clock and their fans wanted/needed/prayed for the refs to bail them out. The Spurs picked the wrong time to pull a Clippers (who are historically bad in the clutch) and now their “dynasty” (though I have a hard time calling a team that’s incapable of going back-to-back a dynasty, but alas), their “dynasty” is at death’s door.
And by the way, if we're calling out the refs for that no-call, the lets point put that Kobe Bryant attempted ZERO freethrows in the game. You mean to tell me that a guy that averaged 9.1 freethrow attempts during the regular season had zero chances last night??? BTW - the last time he attempted zero freethrows in a playoff game? The 0.4 game... SCOREBOARD!